Movement Disorders Center
Patients seeking treatment help for movement problems due to Parkinson’s disease, essential tremor, restless leg syndrome and other conditions find expert care at the Movement Disorders Center of the Neurosciences Institute.
Our specialists diagnose and manage complex problems with moving that are caused by brain cell changes related to disease or disorder. We help patients with:
- Excessive or too much movement
- Lack of movement (not from weakness or paralysis)
- Involuntary or uncontrollable movement
- Lack of automatic or purposeful movement
At the Movement Disorders Center, our team is committed to improving each patient’s quality of life. Our neurologists, neurosurgeons, urologists, physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech pathologists develop individualized treatment plans based on thorough neurological assessment.
We are experienced in the latest advanced treatments for movement disorders, including botulinum toxin (Botox) injections for muscle spasms and deep brain stimulation (DBS), a minimally invasive procedure that can control tremors.
The specialty focus of the Movement Disorders Center gives patients access to clinical trials research and the opportunity to benefit from new treatments before they are widely available.
We treat a full range of movement disorders from conditions including:
The Movement Disorders Center is conveniently located at Abington Health Center – Warminster, Stein Building, Suite 204, 205 Newtown Rd., Warminster, PA 18974. For information or to make an appointment, call 215-441-6741.
Read the story of a young woman with Tourette’s syndrome treated by one of our movement disorders experts.
For an appointment with a Neurosciences Institute specialist, call our Physician Referral Service, 215-481-MEDI (6334).